Discover the Stanley Clark Difference
Welcome from the Director of Enrollment
Thank you for your interest in The Stanley Clark School! We are a fully accredited independent, co-educational day school serving students age three through grade 8. The curriculum is centered on four pillars: academics, athletics, the arts and character.
We value a growth mindset and promote resilience as Stanley Clark students pursue passions and discover innovative solutions. A breadth and depth of knowledge serve students well as they learn how to take calculated risks and problem solve. Most notably, our students demonstrate empathy and awareness through leadership and service.
Students at all grade levels enjoy small class sizes and benefit from the support of faculty specialized in their subject areas. Beginning in our early childhood Reggio Emilia classrooms, teachers foster curiosity through a comfortable child-centered environment and by adapting the curriculum to match the interests of their students. A deep appreciation and engagement in the arts continue through foreign language, music, performing arts and the sciences. Students adeptly work well individually and on a team, exhibit good sportsmanship, and embody poise and confidence.
I welcome the opportunity to speak with you more specifically about how The Stanley Clark School may be a good fit for your family. If you have any questions, please complete an inquiry form or call me at your convenience.
I look forward to meeting you and welcoming you to The Stanley Clark School!
Michelle B. Kuehn
Director of Enrollment and Community Relations
Explore a Stanley Clark Education
Virtual Admission Process
Out of an abundance of caution for the safety and well-being of our entire SCS community, we have transitioned to a virtual admission process. We are currently building an applicant pool for the 2021-22 academic year. Apply now!
On-Campus Summer Tours
We are delighted to offer in-person tours once again this summer by appointment.
While distance or other extenuating circumstances may prevent you from visiting a prospective school, parents can still successfully navigate a school search remotely. Discover five ways to help determine if a school is the best fit for your child!
Slowing down, breathing deeply, and observing the world around you are all ways to become mindful and aware. Learn how preschoolers are making mindfulness a regular practice in order to build healthy habits.
Just as kindergarten students had begun work on their first-ever research projects, COVID-19 forced the closure of schools. Read about how this hands-on research project quickly shifted from an in-class experience to an incredibly successful distance learning project thanks to the collaborative efforts of students, teachers, and families.
Discover how fifth and sixth grade English students are learning to engage in meaningful dialogue, challenge their thinking, and strengthen their sense of community through a series of open-ended questions.
With the rich selection of schools available, how do you choose the right one? Our Director of Enrollment recommends prospective parents consider these three questions when discerning the best fit for each child.
Long gone are the days of in-class social studies lectures and struggling through homework alone. Read about how Mr. Phillip utilizes the Blended Learning method to ensure his students spend class time diving deeper through hands-on projects and collaboration.
Preschoolers and residents at a local retirement home have come together this school year, revealing the power of learning, discovery, and conversation at any age.
A long-term class project, while sometimes seemingly daunting at first (for both the student and parent), always results in a sense of achievement, and fosters time management and organizational skills in the process.